NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) — Authorities say they've dug up human remains in the backyard of a southern Indiana man charged with killing two women.Police found the remains of what they believe is a third victim Friday night at the New Albany home of 54-year-old William "Clyde" Gibson III.The News and Tribune of Jeffersonville reports the discovery came hours after officials called off a search of the Ohio River, where they had been looking for a 35-year-old Charlestown woman who disappeared in March.Floyd County Prosecutor Keith Henderson tells The (Louisville, Ky.) Courier-Journal that the remains may have been there for weeks or months.Gibson was charged Tuesday in last week's death a 75-year-old Clarksville woman and the 2002 death of a 44-year-old Jeffersonville woman.It wasn't clear if Gibson had a lawyer.



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